"Look, I like openSUSE. A lot. I fought to get SuSE
Linux Professional released into Open Source when the idea wasn't
even a twinkle in Novell's eye. I run openSUSE on several of my
personal systems, and I have it virtualized up the ying-yang on
VMWare ESX 3i. And while openSUSE is stable, it's not optimized for
server use, it's more of a end-user/developer OS, even though it
could be "purposed" as a server and I frequently do this myself.
However, openSUSE's 2-year support cycle makes it viable as a
server only for the most agile software development
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